A lecture about the relationship between modern society and the Byzantine legacy.
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Must one have a beard to be a philosopher? Women and ancient Greek philosophy.
A lecture about an anthology that positions itself as an alternative history of Modern Greek literature; one that extends as far back as the early decades of the Greek nation-state
A lecture about the significant contributions of Greek-Australian women to the field of social welfare during the transformative 1970s
Dr Andonis Piperoglou, Lecturer at the University of Melbourne, will deliver a lecture entitled “Launching 'Little Greece': Transcultural Place Naming and Narratives of Migration”
Unveil the intriguing connection between language and ethnic identity in Greece. A captivating online lecture with Rexhina Ndoci on Thursday 15 June 2023, at 7:00 pm.
Uncover the influence of Greek in deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphs in a lecture with Dr. Andrew Brown, on Thursday 8 June 2023, at 7:00 pm
Dr. Aris Trantidis to deliver an online seminar about the challenges facing modern Greece and the detrimental effects of clientelism.
Dr Anna Fyta, a distinguished scholar in Modernist poetry and the reception of Greek Classics, will present an online only lecture on Galatea Alexiou Kazantzaki